We have a steely eyed focus on democratising healthcare training, improving collaboration and improving the quality of patient care. And we know that individuals can’t do that alone. We also believe that organisations can’t do that alone. And we certainly don’t pretend that we can do that alone.
But we do know that by helping doctors and medical students form meaningful collaborative relationships with the right team members means that they will benefit from highly tailored mentoring. It also means that they can work together on high quality research, audit and quality improvement projects. These are projects that have the potential to change the world.
“These are projects that have the potential to change the world.”
Our founder, Phil McElnay, recently was invited to speak at the Association of Surgeons in Training Council and Executive away weekend, held in Belfast ahead of the Association’s annual conference. He shared the MedAll vision for equality in global training, highly effective collaboration, and an affirmed focus on working together to improve patient care.
ASiT have an inspirational and active focus on training and collaborative surgical projects across the UK, Ireland and beyond. This opportunity to share the MedAll vision with an organisation so passionately pursuing similar standards was really meaningful. We know that by using our smart AI algorithm to match consultant surgeons, trainees and medical students we can truly improve the quality of mentoring, academic projects and care for patients.
The ASiT conference is being held in Belfast in March 2019. The MedAll team will be there, ready to help those who want to streamline their medical career and collaborate with other healthcare professionals to change the world. Even more excitingly- the ASiT team are running an innovation hackathon for those attending to collaborate face-to-face, and hopefully give some attendees’ healthcare innovation ideas some early traction.
“We’re one healthcare team, and by working together, #TeamMedicine can truly change the world.”
To find out more about MedAll and receive a link to our beta tool visit MedAll.org.
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